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With 25,000 acres of protected coastal wilderness, Laguna Beach is a mecca for hiking. With an elevation gain of 1,000 feet, this coastal range is a unique eco-system called Coastal Sage Scrub. The land was used by Native Americans to forage for berries, harvest acorns, and hunt prey. They also used the flora for medicine, tools, and textiles. Our abundance of trails range from easy to extreme, with 360 degree views of the Pacific, and the Saddleback Mountains to the East.

 

 

Where:

  • Laguna Summit - Intermediate

  • Laguna Canyon - Intermediate

  • Top of the World - Easy

  • Dilley Preserve - Easy

  • Crystal Cove / El Morro - Intermediate

  • Dana Point Headlands - Easy

Best For Groups of 8-50